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Jeffery Simmons [url=http://www.redskinsfootballauthentics.com/mason-foster-jersey-authentic]Womens Mason Foster Jersey[/url] , DLSchool: Mississippi State | Conference: SECCollege Experience: Junior | Age: 21Height / Weight: 6-4 / 300 lbsProjected Draft Status: 1st RoundNFL Comparison: Chris JonesCollege StatisticsPlayer OverviewJeffery Simmons was a 5-star recruit from Macon, Mississippi who made his rounds by visiting the campuses of Tennessee, Alabama, and Mississippi State as he sifted through his scholarship offers before deciding to commit to the latter. Simmons nearly put his football future in jeopardy before his freshman season even got started. Simmons was found guilty of simple assault and malicious mischief after video surfaced of him repeatedly striking a woman allegedly because she has been making disparaging remarks about a deceased family member. Simmons was ordered to pay for the woman’s medical bills and damages to her car as a result of the assault. Mississippi State disciplined him too. They suspended Simmons for one game against South Alabama his freshman season. Mississippi State received a large amount of criticism for their decision to allow Simmons to enroll in the first place and in their decision in punishment that some consider a slap on the wrist. Simmons will have to explain his actions many times over the next few months. On the football field their is no question that Simmons is one of the top defensive linemen in all of college football. He is quick, powerful, relentless, and already a technician when it comes to getting off blocks and into the backfield. Simmons might not have the sack numbers some are looking for at the position but what doesn’t show up on the stat sheet is how he is able to take on double teams, reroute running plays, and just be disruptive in the backfield. Any team looking for a day one starter on their defensive line will likely be considering Simmons. He is a top 20 talent the question is if his past will cause him to drop as the NFL somewhat attempts to look concerned about violence against women. StrengthsGood size with long arms. He plays with good strength, power, arm extension [url=http://www.redskinsfootballauthentics.com/morgan-moses-jersey-authentic]Womens Morgan Moses Jersey[/url] , overall technique etc. He is hard to move from his assignment and has ability to collapse middle of the pocket.Scheme versatile he’ll be able to play DE in a 3-4 (5-T) or DT in a 4-3 (3-T). Quickness off the snap is evident. Very good at splitting lineman and working inside. Uses his initial quickness to exploit the gap and knife into the backfield.Has an already established counter with a nice arm over move that gets offensive linemen off balance where he can take advantage of their inside shoulder. Commands double teams, chips, etc - focused attention on him allows his teammates get the stat glory. He ruins the offenses party. He has at least 30 TFLs over the course of two seasons which is pretty rare for an interior DL. WeaknessesPast off the field issues. Lots of questions about how he has grown how his new future circumstance will affect him. Needs to develop a secondary move to discard those linemen with more consistency on each snap. Has a tendency to just try and win with his upper body he needs to get his lower half involved to win momentum battles. Offers much more as a pass rusher than as a run defender. Saw several times against Alabama, Florida, Kentucky etc where he was unable to move well enough to close on the rushing lane and the back went right past him.Let’s see his work:More Jeffery Simmons videosHow He Would Fit On The RedskinsThe Redskins have already decided that talent trumps character even if by accident unless you are critical of the team itself. Some teams will red flag Simmons because of his off field issue but I would place the Redskins firmly in the column of ‘would draft’. The Redskins made an investment in the 1st round last year and improved the NT position with the selection of Daron Payne. They double dipped at the position and selected Tim Settle in the later rounds as well. If the Redskins really wanted to to take the defensive line to another level and embrace the defensive philosophy of pure dominance on the DL they could look to select another defensive lineman this year and the 1st round will be full of them. If the Redskins stick with the 3-4 (of course they will) Simmons would be a DE. They have their starters in Jon Allen and Matt Ioannidis but they have to make decisions on Stacy McGee and Caleb Brantley. As many of you may know I personally thought the decision to sign McGee was just another failure of the franchise. McGee has done close to nothing since arriving in Washington all the while making starter cash. I won’t spend much time on him other than to say that he should be cut so the Redskins can save 2.27M in 2019 and consider it a blessing that it only costs 2.4M against the cap. Simmons can fill that spot and I’m pretty sure he would be much more effective at it. The Redskins ran into a problem down the stretch with injuries and fatigue on the defensive line. For the record I don’t think it makes much sense to spend a 1st on DL if the Redskins are sticking with a 3-4. It would only make sense to me to spend the 1st pick on the position if the FO has already decided that they will not be paying Matt Ioannidis which I will not put past them OR if they are going to move toward more of a hybrid front. So under that premise I think Simmons would be a fine fit in the Redskins scheme. He offers great power and pass rushing ability and should be able to shine in a 3-4 or 4-3. He would offer quality whenever the team needs to sub out Allen or Ioannidis and keep those guys fresh and hopefully healthy down the stretch. I would certainly sub him in on certain passing downs. He obviously also has a future as a starter. He really is disruptive and would build upon what the Redskins have been trying to do with their front for years: win at the point of attack and stop the play before it begins. OffenseDaniel Jones, QBSchool: Duke | Conference: ACCCollege Experience: RS Junior | Age: 22?Height / Weight: 6-5 / 220 lbsYou may have heard of Daniel Jones. Rumor has it some NFL scouts really like him. He certainly has the size and he has a decent arm and good accuracy. I will stop trying to figure out quarterbacks as I am not too high on him personally mostly because of his arm and ability to ‘make all the throws’ and his performance against higher competition. But I will not deny that Jones had his best game of the season this past weekend against Pitt. Jones set season highs in passing yards, touchdowns in a game, and rushing yards as he carried Duke to a win. I wouldn’t be shocked if Daniel Jones went quite high or quite low (I really have no idea) in this year’s draft but he is someone you should here more about if he continues to string together performances like this. Jones finished the day 27 of 42for 396 yards, 4 TDs, 15 carries and 38 rushing yards.Marquez Stevenson, WRSchool: Houston | Conference: AACCollege Experience: RS Sophomore | Age: 21?Height / Weight: 6-0 / 190 lbsStevenson missed his entire true sophomore season with a torn ACL. He is back in force this year and is shining in a high powered Houston offense. Stevenson is the Cougars best receiver and receiving leader on the team. This past weekend he had another great game against South Florida in a game where very little defense was played. Stevenson has nice size and quickness and can make men miss on the run. He also has a knack for finding the end zone. With a pair of solid hands it wouldn’t surprise me if he went for over 1300 yards and 12 TDs this year after all he’s already more than halfway there. His stat line in this one was 6 catches for 106 yards and 2 TDs.David Sills V [url=http://www.redskinsfootballauthentics.com/deshazor-everett-jersey-authentic]Womens Deshazor Everett Jersey[/url] , WRSchool: West Virginia | Conference: BIG 12College Experience: Senior | Age: 22?Height / Weight: 6-4 / 210 lbsI have been following this Will Grier and David Sills relationship since early last season. The two players feed off each other in such a crucial way. Lane Kiffin the former coach of USC offered Sills a scholarship to play QB at the age of 13. Sills skills as a QB never really developed the way they should have and he eventually found his position as a WR at West Virginia. Sills is a possession receiver who I think fits the mold of Jordy Nelson. He is reliable and efficient and after getting a 6th round grade from the draft advisory board last season could make his way into the mid rounds this year. Sills also has the size to be a nice redzone threat and though he doesnt get much separation he can snatch the ball away from defenders if you let him go get it. Sills worked the Baylor defenders this past weekend and finished with 5 catches for 139 yards and 2 TDs. Zack Moss, RBSchool: Utah | Conference: PAC 12College Experience: Junior | Age: 21?Height / Weight: 5-10 / 215 lbsIts plain and simple the surge in elite running back prospects who went in the 1st round is all but at an end but aside from Benny Snell I think one RB who has a shot to go early on day 2 if he declares is Zack Moss. It’s funny that in putting together articles where I don’t want you to just take my writing for truth I also want you to see the player’s ability that it is difficult to find clips of a guy with over 2,500 rushing yards and 22 TDs in his career. Nevertheless I hope you take my word in good faith when I tell you not only is Moss very athletic, but he is reliable, strong, and a battering ram at the running back position. What to make a defense succumb to attrition? Run Zack Moss at them for 3 quarters. Moss did just that against UCLA. He finished with 26 carried for 211 yards and 3 TDs. Zack Moss #2Kelvin Harmon, WRSchool: NC State | Conference: ACCCollege Experience: Junior | Age: 21?Height / Weight: 6-3 / 214 lbsI don’t know how much of a secret Kelvin Harmon is but I think he should be in the top-100 conversation. Harmon is balling out in spite of an NC State offense that his having trouble consistently running the ball and experiencing up and down performances from their QB. Get the ball in Harmon’s hands and he will do something good. He did just that against Syracuse this past weekend. Syracuses pass defense is nothing to be proud of but when you go 11 for 247 and 2 TDs you are doing something right. Harmon killed them plain and simple. He has an impressive blend of size and athleticism but his catching ability and body control are what set him apart from his peers. If you are an NC State fan their isn’t much to be positive about but you can be proud of Harmon. DefenseVosean Joseph, LBSchool: Florida | Conference: SECCollege Experience: Junior | Age: 21?Height / Weight: 6-1 / 226lbs Early in the season I featured David Reese, Joseph’s teammate and fellow ILB. Joseph is the better prospect and much more explosive than Reese. He may be a bit light for the traditional ILB role in a 3-4 but in the right scheme he would make a hell of a WILL LB. As you’ll see Joseph has some explosion to him. He’ll have to improve his fundamentals to match his athleticism to start in the NFL. He is pretty good at playing the rush but he definitely has skills rushing the passer from the interior. Florida had a tough matchup against Georgia this week and Joseph did his best to throw off the Georgia offense. He finished with 13 tackles and a sack. Anthony Nelson, EDGESchool: Iowa | Conference: BIG 10College Experience: RS Junior | Age: 22?Height / Weight: 6-7 / 271 lbsLast week I featured Nelson’s teammate Parker Hesse but this week Nelson gets the spotlight. Coincidentally I first noticed Nelson last year when he played against Penn State for the pressure he put on McSorley. This time around was no different. It was a losing effort but Nelson made his presence felt. At one point he even helped knock McSorley out of the game with a lower leg injury. Nelson is an interesting EDGE prospect. 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Pratt has decent athleticism but it is his experience, processing, and ability to react that put him on par with more athletic LB prospects. He is great in pursuit and can play the run as well as rush the passer. I will have my eye on him the rest of the way. He finished this game against the Orange with 16 tackles (2.5 for loss), 2.5 sacks, and a forced fumble. Checkout timestamps: 0:37, 19:03, 19:50Hamp Cheevers [url=http://www.redskinscheapstore.com/ryan-kerrigan-jersey-cheap]Cheap Ryan Kerrigan Jersey[/url] , CBSchool: Boston College | Conference: ACCCollege Experience: Junior | Age: 21?Height / Weight: 5-10 / 180 lbsLast year I badly wanted to write about Boston College safety Lukas Denis. Denis had a career year last season and was one of the best safeties in the ACC in 2017. This year he has not lived up to the bar he set last year. In looking for him to flash I found someone else, Hamp Cheevers. Cheevers is in second place in the nation for most interceptions with 5 and he is fourth in the country in interception return yards with 112. The play of the Canes has been dismal and the Boston College defense, Cheevers in particular took advantage of bad QB play. Cheevers is undersized so I can’t imagine him being higher than a 4th or 5th round pick despite his tape and production. However he is a competitive corner who is a bit better at playing zone than playing man at this point though both skills need improvement. Like out own Greg Stroman he will keep fighting and not give up on a play. I love those guys in the later rounds. He finished this game with 2 tackles, 1 INT, and 2 PDs. Gary Johnson, LBSchool: Texas | Conference: BIG 12College Experience: Senior | Age: 22?Height / Weight: 6-0 / 230 lbsAnother athletic linebacker for you all one who’s bread and butter is disruption. Johnson has great speed and quickness. 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